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Project1970 43 17.48%
MAC67 43 17.48%
FirstGen 49 19.92%
1968GMC 80 32.52%
bobs409 31 12.60%
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Old 02-26-2005, 11:08 PM   #1
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March 05 67-72 ToTM Voting

Ok guys its time to vote! I will add information as I receive it.
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Old 02-26-2005, 11:33 PM   #2
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i nominate mine. 350-350 combo 4.5" drop front, 5" drop rear. 255/60/15 front,275/60/15 rear on 15x8 rims. 2000 ford yellow. ford bench seat. JVC CD player. Gray interior,carpet, sunroof (I hate it).
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Old 02-28-2005, 07:55 AM   #3
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1969 C-10 short stepside

I'd like to nominate my 69 Short stepside. Owned it for 7.5 years now and drive it year round.

1969 C-10 short stepside

Specs/Highlights:

1975 Impala 350/TH 350 (stock except headers)
15X8 aluminum slots
Hood scoop
mid 70's GMC bench seat
In dash CD player
Floor shifter
Cadillac tilt/telescopic steering
stainless steel bed floor
hand made "frenched in" bowtie tail lights
1970 Ford Grabber blue paint


New parts include; grill surround, F & R chrome bumpers, radiator support, inner fenders, smooth tailgate, front bed panel, rockers, cab corners, floor supports, weatherstripping, dash pad plus a few hundred other little things.

All mechanical and body/paint work performed by myself. Everything new or refurbished. Every nut and bolt has been turned at some point on this one. This is my daily driver and pride and joy and we will grow old together.

Future plans are to add wider rear rims (slots), build a custom hand made floor shifter, custom hand made exhaust tips exiting under the steps, black diamond patterned headliner and much more customizing/detailing under the hood.
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Old 03-03-2005, 10:16 AM   #4
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I nominate FirstGen. His truck looks sweet especially with the new wheels.
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Old 03-08-2005, 11:52 PM   #5
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ive owned the blazer for 2 years now , its runnin a 468 bbc , th350/205 combo , by the time this makes it to voting i will have just about finished up the 3/4 ton conversion , it is now sitting on corp 14 bolt and a dana 44 runnin 4:11's with rear locker , 15x12 wheel vintiques white monster wheels , tires are 39.5x18.5x15 boggers , hopefully if i can get caught uop this spring it will be hugger orange with a white top by july , still need to do a few thins , but its a driving project that gets used , and is a blast in the gooey stuff , has little trinkets like 4 kc daylighters , nice alpine cd setup , and not to mention when the top is off more sex appeal than any truck should have , imo lol
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Old 03-12-2005, 02:29 AM   #6
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Since I'm only counting four (or even five if you count the non-participant) nominations, and I finally have mine running...self-nomination




1970 GMC C1500, LS1/4L60E. Will have much more info and photos tomorrow, and probably a video or two from the track.
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:32 PM   #7
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Hey - here are some pics of FirstGen's truck, since he hasn't added any. It's got a 6.0L LT1 in it. More pictures and info are available here:

http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...light=firstgen








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Old 03-30-2005, 11:36 PM   #8
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I wanna nominate this guy!
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Old 03-31-2005, 05:08 PM   #9
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ive owned the blazer for 2 years now , its runnin a 468 bbc , th350/205 combo , by the time this makes it to voting i will have just about finished up the 3/4 ton conversion , it is now sitting on corp 14 bolt and a dana 44 runnin 4:11's with rear locker , 15x12 wheel vintiques white monster wheels , tires are 39.5x18.5x15 boggers , hopefully if i can get caught uop this spring it will be hugger orange with a white top by july , still need to do a few thins , but its a driving project that gets used , and is a blast in the gooey stuff , has little trinkets like 4 kc daylighters , nice alpine cd setup , and not to mention when the top is off more sex appeal than any truck should have , imo lol
That must be a pain in the a$$ to work under the hood on!!!!!, 468 Big Block .... Take off 4 spark plug wires then I'll be able to drive it!!!! .... But seriously that is a nice truck.
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